Casting Call: PBS’s ‘Genealogy Roadshow’ Wants Your Family Story

genealogy_roadshow_logoHere is your chance to be a television star  and also to have a genealogy mystery solved for you. The producers from the PBS’ series “Genealogy Roadshow” are collecting family stories from viewers in the southwestern United States.

If you live in Northern or Central New Mexico and have a burning question about your family’s history, or if you have a family mystery that has gone unsolved, the television program’s producers want to hear from you.

Please submit your story to or email the producers directly at and your story could be told on PBS next season.

Please submit your story for consideration by Friday, Oct. 2


Reblogged this on familytreegirldotcom and commented:
Whoa! They are still looking for participants for the Genealogy Roadshow. Dick Eastman’s shares some information. I applied last year, got called, the interview was set and on the day of the interview, I received an email, and the interview was canceled. Not sure why and never heard a peep since. So good luck to those that do make it. I will tune in to every show. Enjoy Dick Eastman’s blog.


Donna L. Vaughn-Goady September 25, 2015 at 12:17 am

I live in the Central Valley region of California. Are you coming anywhere near me?


I applied a week ago for the show to be taped at some point in Albuquerque, NM. I’m not expecting to be contacted, but I sure hope I am.


My daughter applied for the one here in Albuquerque. She submitted the application one hour before the deadline on Oct. 2 and they emailed her this past weekend and she has her interview tonight! So excited!


    Lucky her! I sent in my application about 3 days earlier than she did, but I have not heard a word from them, as I expected. I wish her the best of luck.


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